Switzerland boasts the most peaks over 4000m in Europe. On a clear day, the Alps offer simply breath-taking views all around you. Almost anywhere you go in Switzerland you’ll be treated to sights that will stay with you for the rest of your life. It’s a photographer’s playground and a nature lover’s paradise.
Lucerne – Lucerne is known as the pocket-sized version of Switzerland. History, culture and of course, spectacular scenery come together in a perfect blend that’ll have you longing to extend your stay.
Interlaken- Interlaken, sandwiched between two lakes in the centre of Switzerland, is surrounded by natural beauty. It’s also a hotspot for adventure sports and sightseers alike.
Grindelwald – Grindelwald is a small Swiss village enclosed by majestic mountains on every side. It’s beautiful all year round. If this was anywhere else than Switzerland, it would seem strange to write about snow adventures in June. But that’s the beauty of the Swiss Alps; it can be 24 degrees in the valleys, and if you travel just 15 minutes north, you’ll find yourself in knee-high snow.
Zermatt – Zermatt is a car-free town where everyone moves around on foot, surrounded by beautiful nature and glorious Matterhorn.
Martigny – Don’t come to Martigny and expect everything Swiss. Come to Martigny and expect a hodgepodge of three countries found in one elegantly beautiful area. Because it’s a junction of road that connects so many different influences – French, Italian, and Swiss – Martigny seems to have created this subculture that’s uniquely its own.
Geneva – Geneva is a cultural melting point. While that phrase is applicable to so many cities of the world, it is especially true of Geneva. Being a diplomatic hub, the headquarters of the United Nations, countless international missions, banks and non-governmental organisations are found here. On a trip through Geneva you’ll hear multiple languages being spoken in the space of five minutes, and you’ll see restaurants catering to all tastes.
Gruyeres – It’s the cheese capital of Switzerland
It is because of Gruyère cheese that Switzerland is known as the cheese capital of the world. It’s used in many of the classic Swiss dishes like raclette and fondue, so, if you’re a cheese fan, you simply have to visit.
Montreux – From the lake to the mountains and vineyards, Montreux Riviera offers a postcard landscape. It’s an authentic little piece of paradise that has attracted many artists, writers and travellers in search of beauty, tranquillity and… inspiration.
Bern – the capital of Switzerland, has the feel of a small town, rather than a city. This and its well-preserved medieval buildings make it an instantly endearing place to visit.
Motorhome parking locations
What’s Not Included
Hire of the motorhome
Booking of campsites
Motorhome GPS system
Channel Crossings – These can be arranged as we have Tour Operator agreements